Safeguard Europe continues its informative and practical approach to all types of building damp control with two new webinar sessions this April. Join the Safeguard Technical Team for RIBA-approved expertise on managing dampness in retrofit insulation projects and all types of dampness in a variety of situations and building types. Press each heading for more information…
The recent rush on energy-saving retrofit has inadvertently caused problems with moisture and damp. Find out how to comply with PAS 2035 regulations to properly manage these important and delicate works in this one-hour session.
– Explore the practical considerations contractors must make towards moisture management when installing retrofit insulation
– Better understand the role of an approved Retrofit Coordinator in publicly-funded retrofit works
– Find out everything you need to know about managing moisture for internal, external and cavity wall insulation
If you missed March’s Dealing with Dampness sessions, catch it in April. Discover the three most common types of dampness in buildings:
– Rising Damp
– Penetrating Damp
– Excess Condensation
This session covers the latest and greatest methods of repair and treatment, including accurate diagnosis when symptoms are shared between different types of dampness. Make sure you’ve got the tools you need to accurately diagnose damp.
Both webinars have been developed by the Safeguard Technical Team and R&D Laboratory, and have been approved by the Royal Institute of British Architects. Each one-hour session contributes towards yearly RIBA member CPD requirements and builds a better understanding of the RIBA Core Curriculum subjects.
Safeguard Europe prioritises an educational approach to moisture control. If you’re interested in these or any other CPD webinars, kindly reach out to us. Our webinar team can arrange a personalised CPD session for your team at a time and date that suits you.
– Waterproofing Basements and Underground Structures
– Dampness and Retrofit Wall Insulation
– Rising Damp: Causes and Treatment
– Penetrating Damp: Causes and Treatment
– Mould and Condensation
– Dampness in Buildings Causes and Treatment
Don’t miss out on these valuable opportunities to enhance your knowledge and skills in managing dampness in buildings.
Protecting homes with the best in moisture management, damp prevention and general building fabric defence since 1983. They design, manufacture and distribute their products from Horsham, West Sussex and export globally.
To find out more, click here. For advice about your properties this winter, call on 01403 210204 or email [email protected]. Follow the company on Instagram too – @safeguardeuropeltd.
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